Stan Lee, the creator of several superheroes, opines on libraries:
“A library should be a way for a child—for anybody—to get the sort of reading that he or she wants, and hopefully that will benefit them. Not all stories in comic books are great; some may seem silly or ridiculous or a waste of time. But the youngster has to be able to read the book. And for that reason, comic books should be in every library.”
– Stan Lee
Did he just describe comic books as a gateway drug? 🙂
From an interview with Stan Lee for the American Library Association by Mariam Pera, found in American Libraries May 2014, p. 16.
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